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May 25th, 2014 #1
Well! Here it goes!
I am currently in the process of furthering my digital and traditional art skills. A lot of my work is from my imagination. I love drawing characters! Some stuff here will be from class assignments as well.
In Fall of 2014 I am transferring to a school where I will be attending a Visual Development program and obtaining my BFA! Pretty cool huh?
Feel free to give my work critiques and feedback. As I am just like most everyone else, I am here to develop as an artist!
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May 27th, 2014 #4
Figure drawings 2013-2014
Hey! Here are some of my figure drawings from class. The first 4 are from the first time I took the class in 2013, and the ones after that are from the upper figure drawing class I just finished as of today!
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June 1st, 2014 #5
Hey! Just a had a look at all your stuff - you are definately getting better, so keep doing what you're doing. Have a look at PROKO's stuff on youtube - it helped transform my skills with figure drawing - look at all the videos and do what he says, even if it sounds stupid! Then look at anatmoy more - Use bridgemans book and try to memorize his drawings. Good luck!
Deviant art - http://kimonas.deviantart.com/
Sketchbook - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=271486
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June 1st, 2014 #6
Yeah, fantastic start! Keep it up, push those studies.
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June 7th, 2014 #7
June 7th, 2014 #8
Agreed with the others -great sketchbook and the progress is already visible!!
I'd suggest that you maybe do some additional skeleton/muscle studies? Because especially with the legs and arms it sometimes looks like you're only following the outline and the drawings get a bit wonky when said outline doesn't heavily hint at the structure underneath. If you know what I mean? Or I'm just imagining things :'D
I'd really like to see some more of your digital stuff btw! Keep it up C:
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Comments appreciated and will be returned! c:
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June 11th, 2014 #9
June 11th, 2014 #10
Thanks to those that commented and gave me critiques on my work so far. I really appreciate it and will definitely take it into consideration while I practice more!
Here are some digital pieces I have worked on recently. I (obviously) like to work in black and white a lot. I know I should branch out more and use some sort of limited color palette to start with, but black and white is just so much fun! Also it is clear that mostly all of my digital stuff is from the imagination
If anyone would like to give me some ideas on what to practice my digital art with regarding color and real life (?), that would be awesome!
So, these go in order by when they were created. The first one was made a little under a year ago, as well as the second one. The second one was for an in class assignment where we drew a still life of a cow skull for 20 minutes. It was the first time I've ever done a still life in digital format!
The 3rd and 4th image were done a couple of months ago. Last but not least, the final image is something I've been working with on and off for the past couple of weeks. I would like to say it's complete, but I know there are ways I can push it more so I'm leaving it somewhat as a work in progress? Maybe?
Thanks for stopping by!
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